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Enjoy Apple Day in Brixton

Deep in the English countryside? No … our picture above was taken this morning in the Wyck forest garden community orchard on the corner...

Brixton Wholefoods shut today after break-in

Brixton Wholefoods on Atlantic Road is closed today (21 October) following a break-in during which the shop was trashed. Proprietor Hilary Waterfield said the intruder...

Breaking the Mould – new show at 198 Gallery

Breaking the Mould: new signatures from DRC is the work of 12 emerging artists from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and marks the reopening...

Brixton’s new theatre announces plans to recruit local people

Brixton House, the major new theatre at the junction of Somerleyton Road and Coldharbour Lane, is seeking to recruit local people as it gets...

History on the wall at Brixton’s Grove adventure playground

The Grove Adventure Playground in Brixton has organised a month-long “Blackstory” project. Any Lambeth resident, of any generation, but particularly local to the playground at...

Brixton lockdown film premieres in West End

Lockdown opened a path for Brixton resident Charysse Tia Harper – filming from Zoom to create her documentary The Jill of the Trade which premieres soon...

Brixton Advice Centre to leave historic Railton Road HQ

Brixton Advice Centre, a fixture on Railton Road for decades, is selling its building at 165-167 Railton Road. It plans to use the proceeds to...

Brixton BMX Club still looking to future after 40 years

Brixton BMXClub celebrated its 40th anniversary today (16 October) with a party at the Station Hall community venue in Herne Hill. The birthday comes as...

Council to compensate sheltered housing residents

Lambeth council has settled out of court cases brought against it by four residents over defective building work at the listed sheltered housing scheme,...

Kimathi Donkor – new show in Brixton’s Tate Library

Kimathi Donkor is an internationally recognised and celebrated contemporary artist whose work is diverse in terms of subject, media and technique. The Notebook series...

City Frequency City – new paintings by Jack Blackburn

Jack Blackburn's portraits reflect many different and contrasting approaches. Cubism and comic books appear in his work ranging from the grotesque to the realistic...

Brixton’s Bar Marino – mixing cocktails, Sicilly, Thailand and Bangladesh

Mario Schifano wants to create the best cocktail bar around. And why not? Hundreds of Brixtonians would say that he already runs the best...

World premiere at Brixton’s San Mei gallery

The wonderful San Mei Gallery on Loughborough Road will host an exciting sound event on Friday 22 October. It is presented by Tangram – a movement...

Foxes – now at Theatre503

Shortlisted for the Alfred Fagon Award, Dexter Flander’s bold debut play, directed by James Hillier, shines a light on queerness within London’s Caribbean Community....

Disco Heaven at Electric Brixton

Medya Gungor relives a night to remember at the Brixton Disco Festival For those who weren’t at this year’s Brixton Disco Festival, I can assure...

Tube map for Black History month researched in Brixton

Brixton’s Black Cultural Archives have combined with Transport for London to produce a Tube map for Black History Month. It features figures pre-Tudors, Georgians and...